It seems that more and more people are interested in vehicular soccer Rocket League after becoming free-to-play for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, etc. Now, the free version also comes with multiple errors or bugs which we can’t deny. Previously it was limited to only the connectivity issues but now players are complaining about the Rocket League freezing issue on the PS4 console in a while. If you’re also one of them and looking for the proper solution, then check this troubleshooting guide to easily resolve this issue.
Online games and especially free games do have several issues or you can say server-related issues due to the increased number of active players. The same thing applies to Rocket League as well and mostly PS4 users are experiencing it. So, without wasting any more time, let’s get into the possible workarounds below.
Fix Rocket League Freezing on PS4 issue
In order to quickly fix the crashing or freezing issue on the PlayStation 4 console, you can check out the possible solutions below that are recommended by Rocket League Support Team.
- First, you should check the particular error message or code on the Rocket League Support Search Page which is troubling you on your PS4.
- Make sure that the PlayStation Network Service Status is up.
- Next, you can also check out the Rocket League Twitter account and Epic Games Online Service Status Twitter account to follow up on all the server status-related info. If in case, the game server or the Epic Games server is down then you should wait for a couple of hours and try again.
- Try to restart the Rocket League game and check for updates.
- Ensure that your internet connection is stable and fast enough.
- Try not to use VPN or Proxy service while playing the game.
- Check whether your PS4 firmware version is up-to-date or not.
- Clear the PS4 Cache/Power Cycle by turning it off completely > Unplug the power cable from the power source > Wait for around 30 seconds > Plug back in and turn on the console > Try running the Rocket League again.
- Make sure to Rebuild your PlayStation Database from the console. Switch off your PS4 > Press and hold the Power button on the console to turn it on (Keep it hold for around 7 seconds until you hear two beeps) > Connect your controller > Press the PS button on the controller and select Rebuild Database from the screen options > Wait for the process to complete.
- Finally, if none of the methods work for you, then try to uninstall and reinstall the Rocket League game completely.
That’s it, guys. We assume you’ve found this guide helpful. For further queries, let us know in the comment section below.